Latest news and events from CWC
Meagan Lym started her journey at CWC with the idea of becoming a nurse. She chose CWC for its amazing nursing program but after taking a few classes in psychology she switched her major.
The employees, students, and campus community at Central Wyoming College were saddened to learn of the passing of their wonderful friend and colleague, Mrs. Kathy Vincent, April 13, 2020. Kathy was a cherished member of the college community for 29 years, serving most recently as the Director of Adult Education and High School Equivalency for 20 years.
Florenzo Bauer was learning journalism in high school and enjoyed telling stories which led him to the desire to tell stories in a modern way; through film. Bauer is now in his second year at CWC studying film.
Jessica Peden is a sophomore studying elementary education.
New Entrepreneurship Offering from Central Wyoming College and the University of Wyoming College of BusinessApril 2, 2020
Central Wyoming College and the University of Wyoming’s College of Business will extend their partnership to support Wyoming’s entrepreneurial ecosystem with the official launch of a new statewide education program called Entrepreneur Essentials. After hosting a successful pilot program, Entrepreneur Essentials, this past fall throughout the state, the program is now ready to provide educational tools to help statewide entrepreneurs build a solid foundation for launching and growing successful businesses.
Justen Miller has always enjoyed art and decided to earn a degree with the vision of being an art teacher.
Central Wyoming College has decided to postpone or cancel events up to May 10 in accordance with the guidance of the Center for Disease Control and the Wyoming governor. All college facilities which include CWC main campus, the equine center, CWC Lander, CWC Alpine Science Institute, CWC Jackson and CWC Dubois are closed for public events.
Central Wyoming College archaeology students are conducting a five-year glacier re-photography project as part of the annual Interdisciplinary Climate Change Expedition in the Wind River Mountains. ICCE is the capstone project for students at the Alpine Science Institute. The re-photography project complements the work of the ICCE-Glacier research team on the Dinwoody Glacier, and provides remarkable documentation of glacial recession during the last hundred years.
Central Wyoming College received approval from the Higher Learning Commission on March 20 for the Bachelor of Applied Science in Organizational Management and Leadership degree.
Central Wyoming College administrators decided March 19 not to have the 2020 graduation ceremonies which include CWC and CWC Jackson’s nurses pinning ceremonies, the 2020 graduation commencement at both CWC and CWC Jackson, and the high school equivalency graduation. The decision was made in recommendation with the Center for Disease Control.